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  • “Hello, this is Brad Sham – voice of the Dallas Cowboys . . .”
    The beginning of consignor Al Pike’s voice mail message; sorry, but go Eagles (or Ravens)
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    Pike, while talking about buying yearlings to pinhook (mum’s the word)
  • “I’ve never seen so much of Donato in my life. He was around a lot.”
    Pike, on bloodstock agent Donato Lanni, who bought the $1.1-million sales topper
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Salad Fork. The bay mare, who ran at Charles Town in January, is out of Nicoise (which you eat with a salad fork). She was bred by owner Henry Waring in New York.
Congresionalaffair. Forgive the space-saving misspelling, the gray mare is by Congressionalhonor out of Sultry Rendezvous. She was bred in Pennsylvania by Linda Gaudet, and was in action at Charles Town for owner Roger Nickol in January.
Hint. The bay gelding is out of Quiet Whisper. Bred in Kentucky by Everest Stables Inc., Three Roses Stable’s runner saw action at Laurel in January.
Dontplaywitmatches. The 4-year-old filly, owned by Mary Garner and bred in Maryland by Sagamore Farm, is by Forest Danger out of Directive. She finished second at Laurel Jan. 25.

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